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[ This description is from the project: Who Counts? A Look at Voter Rights through Political Cartoons ]
Women cartoonists drew in support of and in opposition to the women’s suffrage campaign—and sometimes for both pro– and anti–women’s suffrage publications. Laura Foster, a transplanted Californian, came to New York and drew covers for Life that satirized the militant enthusiasm of the suffragists and questioned the illusory nature of their victories.